Money Is Not Speech Totes
This is part of the Ghost Host speech from Disneyland's The Haunted Mansion in California. It reads: When hinges creak in doorless chambers, and strange and frightening sounds echo through the halls; Whenever candlelights flicker where the air is deathly still - that is the time when ghosts are present, practicing their terror with ghoulish delight! Welcome foolish mortals"
Tags: haunted-mansion, ride, disney, speech, mortals
Back on June 4, 1940 Winston Churchill gave this amazing speech in the house of commons. Recently brought to life in the new Churchill movie and Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk. It is said that immediately after giving the speech, Churchill muttered to a colleague, "And we’ll fight them with the butt ends of broken beer bottles because that's bloody well all we've got!" :-)
Tags: typography, speech, fight-on-the-beaches, dunkirk
This design is based upon the legend and mystery of Oak Island and depicts an expedition to search for the mythical buried treasures on the island. The so called Money Pit as it has become known, has left Oak Island laden with stories of myth, legend, buried treasure and possible curses on those who go looking. Treasure hunters have scoured the island, finding a formation of boulders called Nolan's Cross, the beach at Smith's Cove, and a triangle-shaped swamp, and a stone cipher. Early treasure hunters believed it was buried pirate treasure, left there by Captain Kidd or Blackbeard. Nobody really knows what lays beneath ground, but the many legends include possible religious artifacts, such as the Holy Grail or possibly the Ark of the Covenant. Other legends range from Masonic treasures, Marie Antoinette's jewels, Templar Treasure, and even possibly the lost works of William Shakespeare. It's popularity has recently been reignited by a TV show documentary about treasure hunters called The Curse of Oak Island.
Tags: x-marks-the-spot, curse-of-oak-island, oak-island-expedition, treasure-hunting, buried-treasure